Angry about EA's free-to-play Dungeon Keeper fiasco? You're not alone. Luckily for this weekend devoted to the softer side, Good Old Games has deemed fit to release Bullfrog's original 1997 PC Dungeon Keeper for free this weekend to GOG.com account holders. (Don't worry it's free to sign up.)
So from now until early Sunday morning (the time listed on GOG itself is 10:59 am GMT on February 16) you can add Dungeon Keeper Gold, including all the original's expansions, to your collection for nothing. Dungeon Keeper 2 is also a measly $1.49, too – way cheaper than whatever you might be paying for the newly released mobile version.
Oddly, EA had to partner with GOG to enact this deal, which after their recent troubles with the Dungeon Keeper remake, could stand to have a little positive publicity.